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s luh gish

  • s  moving slowly
    a sluggish stream
  • s  (of business) not active or brisk
    a sluggish market
  • s  slow and apathetic
    a sluggish worker

  • Apart from Pavlov and his dogs, Soviet psychiatry is perhaps best known for the breakthrough discovery of "sluggish schizophrenia" accompanied by "paranoid delusions of reforming .
  • Which is one reason why, in a sluggish political summer, when Washington is competing with Mars and Mike Tyson for some quality time with the rest of America, Congress is going .
  • Sales of the diet candy had been sluggish for years when Jeffrey Martin took over the product.
News & Articles

  • Nation's CEOs say economic recovery still on slow road
    Four years into a sluggish recovery marked by modest hiring, the economic horizon looks pretty much the same in the eyes of the nation's top corporate bosses.        
    June 12, 2013 - Chicago Tribune
  • Sluggish Brazil economy erodes Rousseff's popularity
    By Peter Murphy and Carl Patchen BRASILIA (Reuters) - Growing pessimism over Brazil's sluggish economic performance and rising inflation are starting to eat into President Dilma Rousseff's still-high popularity ratings, an opinion poll showed on Tuesday, the second in a week to show that trend. About 54 percent of 2,000 Brazilians surveyed this month rated Rousseff's government as either "great ...
    June 11, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
  • Sluggish start on Wall Street as a rally slows
    Sluggish start on Wall Street as a rally slows NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market is getting off to a mixed start as traders show only mild enthusiasm for an improving outlook for the U.S. government's credit rating. Standard & Poor's raised its outlook for U.S. government debt, citing stable spending levels.
    June 11, 2013 - Beaumont Enterprise

  • Ben Bernanke in RTT News
    Weak economic data that has come out since the January FOMC meeting "continues to suggest sluggish economic activity in the near term," Bernanke added.

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